Wizzair.com has a nasty bug in "Booking Overview" section.
If it happens that you have two or more bookings existing in the same time, you will learn that two of these tabs contains incorrect (probably: cached) data, if you open both itineraries in the same time (i.e. in two separate browser tabs).
It isn't an easy to spot fuckup, because not many passenegers has two or more active bookings in the same time. And thus it is even more sweet that I managed to catch up that nasty fucker! :>
Wizzair.com webpage has a very weird bug. When you're booking a plane in exactly the same time as your actual future flight will take over, it will prevent you from completing of such booking claiming that... your plane is about to depart!
Here you have a booking for end of January, so plane is actually departing in less than two months. But, because -- due to that weird bug -- Wizzair booking system is ignoring date, it has blocked booking completion claiming that plane is departing in less than three hours. Brilliant!
There's a new price sheet for Miles & More's airline tickets awards that comes to live at 9 March 2019. It is already available as a PDF document. If you open up this document and scroll down to lower-right corner, you'll see a box saying:
Information on Eurowings flight awards at miles-and-more.com/ew-award
Try to select URL address in this text and click it with your right mouse key -- the fastest way to open a not clickable URL -- and you will see some nice, little fuckup.
As every nowadays airline, Air Berlin offers on-line check-in feature. There are a lot of stupid fuckups around this, but the biggest one of them is that on-line check-in may not work at all, showing you an empty error frame and leaving you with a dull guessing of what the fuck is going on...
Well... I was trying to contact Air Berlin to ask them about some issue concerning my reservation. Finding contact form (after digging through some mindless FAQ) was an experience itself. But, when I actually found it, filled it up and tried to send my message then... CAPTCHA killed me completely.
I was trying to find some rare route with SWISS Airlines and while one-way ticket was find, there were problems finding return trip on that route. SWISS informed me, that in this case I can fill out time table form to check, when their planes are flying on my return route. Well... I did so and this is, what I have found...
British Airways website (actually: booking system) not only still looks like most pages looked ten or even fifteen years ago. Seems that latest look change they had before Zuckeberg invented Facebook. You can only dream about optimized, mobile-friendly design. Anyway, that is not all. Their website is also full of stupid fuckups and nasty bugs.